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Working remotely in Italy and saving taxes?

 

While it was a relief for many people to be able to return to the office after the Covid 19 pandemic, others have discovered the opportunity to move out into the countryside or abroad straight away. For a growing number of these people, the Italian „impatriati“ scheme is of interest: those who move here can save between 70 and 90 percent of their income tax for five, possibly up to ten years. We have dealt with the possibility of making use of these tax benefits in the attached expert opinion (in German).

https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:7043988858652233729

 

Expert opinion on the example of an anonymised case

If you would like to see an example of our work on an interesting cross-border inheritance case between Italy and the USA, please follow this link:

https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update/urn:li:activity:7003674473312751616

 

 

FOCUS Online Interview: Lawyer Fabrizio Bianchi Schierholz explains what is crippling Italy's economy

Fabrizio Bianchi Schierholz conducted an interview with FOCUS Online in 2018 on Italy's problematic economic situation. The relevance of the interview has (unfortunately) not diminished since then, but has only become more apparent in the wake of the COVID crisis. You can read about the role Germany and China play in this at the following link:

https://m.focus.de/finanzen/boerse/interview-mit-fabrizio-schierholz-vom-bvmw-italien-in-der-deutschland-asien-zange-experte-erklaert-was-italiens-wirtschaft-zerstoert_id_9373918.html

 

 

FOCUS Online Interview: Lawyer Fabrizio Bianchi Schierholz explains what's different in Italy now

In Italy, EU sceptics are in power, stirring up anti-refugee sentiment. In Germany, too, things are going haywire because of the EU-wide refugee dispute. Fabrizio Bianchi Schierholz, lawyer and head of the foreign office of the German Federation of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises in Italy, explains why this is much worse for Europe.

https://www.focus.de/finanzen/news/staatsverschuldung/interview-mit-fabrizio-schierholz-vom-bvmw-italien-gab-sehr-viele-ja-sager-anwalt-aus-rom-erklaert-was-in-italien-jetzt-anders-laeuft_id_9192695.html

 

 

FOCUS Online Interview: Lawyer Fabrizio Bianchi Schierholz explains what's different in Italy now

In Italy, EU sceptics are in power, stirring up anti-refugee sentiment. In Germany, too, things are going haywire because of the EU-wide refugee dispute. Fabrizio Bianchi Schierholz, lawyer and head of the foreign office of the German Federation of Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises in Italy, explains why this is much worse for Europe.
Source:

https://www.focus.de/finanzen/news/staatsverschuldung/interview-mit-fabrizio-schierholz-vom-bvmw-italien-gab-sehr-viele-ja-sager-anwalt-aus-rom-erklaert-was-in-italien-jetzt-anders-laeuft_id_9192695.html/